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Pete’s Dragon (PG)

Pete’s Dragon (PG)

Showing 21 Oct 2016 - 22 Oct 2016
venue Park & Dare
categories Art Forms, Cinema
Prices Ticket 6.00
Concession 3.60
Family of Four 14.40
Online transactions carry a £2.50 booking fee

Friday 21 October - 7.00pm

Saturday 22 October - 2.30pm

The adventures of an orphaned boy named Pete and his best friend Elliot, who just so happens to be a dragon.



Showing 27 Oct 2016 - 29 Oct 2016
venue Coliseum
categories Community Events
Prices Balcony £12.00
Stalls £10.00
Concessions in stalls only £9.00
Online transactions carry a £2.50 booking fee.

Thursday 27 – Saturday 29 October 7.00pm & matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm.

Presented by Colstars & Colstars Youth Theatre

Jam packed with sing-along songs this feel-good smash hit musical is guaranteed to have you dancing the night away!

An amateur production by permission of Joseph Weinberger on behalf of Musical Theatre International of New York

Balcony £12.00, Stalls £10.00. Concessions £9.00 in stalls only.

The Owl and  The Pussycat

The Owl and The Pussycat

Showing 28 Oct 2016 - 28 Oct 2016
venue Park & Dare
categories Art Forms, Children's Events
Prices Tickets 4.00
Family Of Four 15.00
Online transactions carry a £2.50 booking fee

Friday 28 October 2.00pm.
The Treasury Of Nonsense
Presented by Soap Soup Theatre Company.

Imagine some of Edward Lear’s best loved poems vividly brought to life in an exhilarating and captivating  family show – this colourful adventure really is a feast for the eyes, ears and imagination!

The Owl is a poet, intent on writing his greatest masterpiece yet, but he shares his den with the Pussycat who likes telling stories too, and she has a quite a different approach.

This unlikely pair work and play together, creating magical worlds among the things in their den, turning everyday objects into new friends for their nonsense stories. But can they really work together to tell the most important tale of all – their own story, The Owl and the Pussycat?

Suitable for ages 3+

£4.00 Family Ticket £15.00

Free Arts and Craft Session 1.00pm.
Kids love making things, indulge their creativity in our relaxed and friendly Arts and Craft session before watching the performance.
Places are limited so make sure to reserve yours when you book your tickets .  Not available online - please call the Box Office on 08000 147 111


Shakespeare Schools Festival

Shakespeare Schools Festival

Showing 31 Oct 2016 - 01 Nov 2016
venue Park & Dare
categories Art Forms, Children's Events, Drama / Plays, Events for Schools, Events For Young People
Prices Tickets 9.00
Concessions 7.00
Schools & groups of 20+ (not available online) 6.50
Online transactions carry a £2.50 booking fee

Monday 31 October & Tuesday 1 November 7.00pm.

Celebrate the achievements of our local schools and see Shakespeare performed as you’ve never seen it before!

Whether you are a parent, friend or another local school, SSF is a wonderful way to experience the language, magic and possibilities of Shakespeare.

£9.00 Concessions £7.00. 

School and groups of 20+ £6.50. Not available online - please call the Box Office on 08000 147 111


Here's the list of schools participating in this year's festival:

Monday 31 October

A Midsummer Night’s Dream — Aberdare Park Primary School – Aberdare
Macbeth — Hirwaun Primary School – Aberdare
Romeo & Juliet — Oaklands Primary School – Aberdare
The Tempest — lAberdare Community School – Aberdare

Tuesday 1 November

Macbeth — Porth County Community School – Porth
Romeo & Juliet — Coleg y Cymoedd Aberdare Campus – Aberdare
The Tempest — Mountain Ash Comprehensive School – Mountain Ash
Titus Andronicus — Coleg y Cymoedd Rhondda Campus – Tonypandy

The Zombies

The Zombies

Showing 02 Nov 2016 - 02 Nov 2016
venue Coliseum
categories Rock / Pop
Prices Tickets £25.00
Online transactions carry a £2.50 booking fee

With Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent

Iconic British psychedelic legends he Zombies scored the massive smash hits She’s Not There, Tell Her No, and arguably their most recognizable song Time of the Season.

Dominated by Colin Blunstone's breathy vocals, choral backup harmonies, and Rod Argent's shining jazz and classical-influenced organ and piano, the band sounded utterly unique for its era.

Their 1968 album Odessey and Oracle was ranked by Rolling Stone as one of the top 100 greatest albums of all time, and they remain creatively active, writing new material that’s as pop-cuttingly good as their classic hits.


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